This is a great compact variety of Arrowwood viburnum. White springtime blooms eventually fall away to reveal bright blue berries through the summer. Berries should hang on into the fall, when the foliage changes to shades of purple and burgundy. It has an attractive habit, fits well into most gardens, and is one of the most durable viburnum varieties available. Berries are NOT edible for people, but will attract birds.
|US Hardiness Zone:||3,4,5,6,7,8|
|Size (Height/Width)||72" H, 72" W|
|Exposure:||Full Sun, Partial Sun, Part Shade|
|Bloom Time(s):||May, June|
|Native Country:||Eastern US|
|Full Botanical Name:||Viburnum dentatum 'Christom' Blue Muffin|